This large (8 3/4") serving spoon is in good condition. There are a few tiny dents in the bowl but no bends or repairs. It is marked "Bigelow & Brothers", Boston, 1840/50.
This is a sturdy salt spoon (3 1/2") in one of the "bead" patterns. It's in nice condition with no dents or bends. It is marked "C.A. Burr & Co" of Rochester, NY Ca 1855.
I don't get much Ohio coin silver, so maybe someone out there would like a reasonable piece. It's 5 3/4" and in pretty good condition. There are dents in the bowl but no repairs or bends. It is marked "Lafee" for D.A. Lafee, Dayton, Ohio. Ca 1850.
This little master salt is 3 3/8" and in excellent condition. There are no bends dents or repairs. The mark is worn but I think it is "A.Mathey" possibly for Aime Mathey of New York city. I'm not sure whether Aime is a mans or ladies name. It would be nice if this were a Woman Silversmith. Ca 1835.
This coin silver salt spoon is 3 3/4 and in good condition. There are no dents or repairs. On the front is "HCAS Premium" presumably the Hartford Ct. Agricultural Society. It is marked "H&A Goodwin". Hartford, CT Ca 1840.
This single teaspoon is 5 3/4 and double struck (front & back). It's in nice condition with a crisp pattern and 1 tiny bowl dent. It is marked "Bailey & Co" incuse very lightly (hence no picture of signature). Ca 1850/55.
This serving spoon is 8 3/4" and in good condition. Bowl denting is minimal and tip wear slight. It is marked "Farrington & Honeywell" and "Boston". A nice usable spoon. Ca 1835/40.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century : Pre 1837 VR item #290009 (stock #10136)
This little tea or coffee spoon is 5 1/2" and in nice condition. It has no bowl wear and minimal denting in the bowl. It has no shoulders and a long drop. It is marked "Lewis & Smith", "A" page 271 in Belden. Lewis & Smith were in Philadelphia 1805-1811.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1837 VR item #435883 (stock #8091)
This little coin silver teaspoon is 5 5/8", The pattern is "Basket of Flowers". The condition is good except for a handle bend, but it is not cracked. The bowl is free of dents and not worn. The mark is a bust, G, lion and a D. This mark is attributed to Hall, Hewson & Brower of Albany, NY. See McGrew page 33. Ca 1835.
This serving spoon is 8 1/2" and in nice condition. There are no bends or bowl wear, and only a small dent. It is marked "Seymour & Hollister" a partnership in Hartford, Connecticut from 1843/1850.
This "shovel" form is somewhat unusual for a salt spoon. It's 3 7/8" and in good condition. There is a small rough spot on one side of the bowl. I believe it is marked "Burbank & Brother". This is probably A.F. Burbank of Worcester, Ma. Ca 1855.
This 5 7/8" sugar has some repair in the bowl. See picture with arrow showing area. The repair is well done with silver solder. Other it is in nice condition. It is marked "Dexter & Haskins". I have not located them, but because of the form, I believe them to be made in New England. Ca 1845/55. The mark is worn but readable but pictures did not turn out.